Why it pays to get involved with strata

When you invest in an apartment, it’s important that you are aware of the strata meetings that occur which dictate changes to the apartment complex. Getting involved in these meetings however can help increase the value of your investments.  Every investor would like to see the value of their property increase, but the current strata bylaws of an apartment complex may prevent investors from making certain changes to their investment properties.  It’s possible to change these by-laws, but it takes a bit of effort on the part of the investor through owner corporations and strata meetings, according to lawyers Ian McKnight and James Nickless of ClarkeKann Lawyers and CK Strata.   Read the article……….


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